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iBooks Error in 4.2.1 Jailbroken Devices Fixed

iBooks Error in 4.2.1 Jailbroken Devices Fixed

Those who have an untethered 4.2.1 jailbreak for their iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad have found themselves unable to read books they have legally purchased within iBooks. Trying to open a DRM-protected book will produce the following error message: “There is a problem with the configuration of your iDevice. Please restore with iTunes and reinstall iBooks.” Deleting iBooks and reinstalling an older version will not help resolve this issue. Luckily, @comex has come up with a fix.
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Error 100 Thwarting New Users in the Mac App Store

Error 100 Thwarting New Users in the Mac App Store

Since the Mac App Store opened on Thursday morning, some new users have been thwarted from downloading apps by the following error message: “We could not complete your App Store request. An unknown error occurred (100).” You are then provided further “details”: “There was an error in the App Store. Please try again later.” If this has happened to you, should you simply wait another ten or fifteen minutes, and if it doesn’t work, wait another hour or even a day? No. The fix is simple….
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How to Activate Your iPhone 4

How to Activate Your iPhone 4

If you’ve been a good this year and received a new shiny iPhone 4 for Christmas, then follow our guide to find out how to activate your iPhone 4. Note the iPhone 4 uses a miniSim card that you will need to pick up from an AT&T store in order to activate. There is no charge for this.
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Gameplay Secrets: Infinity Blade for iPhone and iPad

Gameplay Secrets: Infinity Blade for iPhone and iPad

In preparation for this week’s Infinity Blade update, members of the game’s development team have decided to share some of their secrets for mastering the game.
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How To Print on iOS Without AirPrint Using PrintJinni for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad

How To Print on iOS Without AirPrint Using PrintJinni for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad

Late last month, Apple released a new iOS 4.2 update which enabled a feature called AirPrint on the iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. We showed you How to Set Up AirPrint with iOS 4.2 on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad with an HP compatible printer or by setting it up manually (albeit not the easiest way). Now we’re going to show you how to print on iOS 3 and iOS 4 without AirPrint, using an app called PrintJinni for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
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Updated: Jailbreak Users can Unlock iOS 4.2.1, TODAY

Updated: Jailbreak Users can Unlock iOS 4.2.1, TODAY

Pay attention Jailbreak users! If you have a jailbroken phone and haven’t been able to update to iOS’ latest 4.2 version without bricking your phone, the jailbreakers of the world are releasing their own patch this Sunday. Details below:
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How to Set Up AirPrint with iOS 4.2 on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad

How to Set Up AirPrint with iOS 4.2 on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad

While Apple has added wireless printing via AirPrint to the the latest 4.2 iOS update, the AirPrint compatibility with devices in the marketplace is limited and you may soon find that AirPrint is another feature to hit the iPhone that is pretty worthless to the general public. However, there are a couple work arounds to get you printing.
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How to Tether your iPhone or iPad

How to Tether your iPhone or iPad

In order to legally tether on an iDevice, you need to go through a cellular carrier like AT&T. The downside is that AT&T requires you to pay an additional fee of $20 per month on top of their data packages in order to use the service (the company also caps you at specific data amounts). To find out more information click here. However if you have a jailbroken iDevice, then you can tether without a carrier (albeit, illegally). The following is a guide of how to tether your iPhone or iPad.
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How to Jailbreak your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad

How to Jailbreak your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad

Jailbreaking your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad allows developers to access API’s that Apple traditionally does not allow them to access (Apple has strict rules/policies). Due to Apple’s select policies, developers went underground with the launch of the Cydia Store. The following guide will show you how to jailbreak your iDevice.
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How to Use FaceTime over 3G on an iPhone 4

How to Use FaceTime over 3G on an iPhone 4

If you don’t want to be tethered to WiFi for your FaceTime calls, the following is a guide for how to use FaceTime over a 3G connection on an iPhone 4 in just 2 simple steps.
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How To Run Android on an iPhone, Jailbreak Required

How To Run Android on an iPhone, Jailbreak Required

The recently released Bootlace 2.1 application has now made it easier to install Android 2.2, also known as Froyo, on an iPhone 2G or 3G unit. Before you get too excited, there is one catch. This application will only work on jailbroken iPhones.
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How to Use FaceTime on an iPhone 4 or 4th Gen iPod Touch

How to Use FaceTime on an iPhone 4 or 4th Gen iPod Touch

So you just picked up your iPhone 4 or 4th generation iPod Touch but don’t know how to use FaceTime. The following guide will show you how to use FaceTime on your new iDevice.
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How to Restore Your iPhone 4 with iTunes Error 1004

How to Restore Your iPhone 4 with iTunes Error 1004

We’ve received some emails over the past couple of months seeking tech support regarding an iPhone 4 restore and sync issue within iTunes. The issue involves the system’s HOSTS files when trying to restore the phone. Below is a how to for fixing your iTunes Error 1004 on both a Mac and Windows machine.
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How to Restore Your iPhone 4 with iTunes Error 1604

How to Restore Your iPhone 4 with iTunes Error 1604

As Apple releases new devices each year, the company seems to encounter even more problems. One widespread issue has to do with an 1604 error within iTunes, which is often related to the USB connection.
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How to create Folders on iOS4

How to create Folders on iOS4

If you haven’t heard already, iOS4 is now available to download via iTunes. There are over 100 new features in iOS4 and one of them is creating folders to reduce home screen clutter. How do you create these folders? Read on.
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How to Multitask on iOS4

How to Multitask on iOS4

If you haven’t heard already, iOS4 is now available to download via iTunes. There are over 100 new features in iOS4 and one of them is Multitasking. How do you multitask? Read on.
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How to Add Other Gmail Accounts to Your Android Phone

How to Add Other Gmail Accounts to Your Android Phone

Adding other Gmail accounts to your Android phone can be a little confusing. Thankfully AndroidCentral have put together a YouTube video (see below) that walks you through how to add a second Gmail or Google Apps account for Android devices.
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Video: Using BlackBerry's Bedside Mode

Video: Using BlackBerry’s Bedside Mode

The BlackBerry Bedside Mode, is a feature that was first introduced on the BlackBerry Bold 9000 and is on all devices featuring version 4.6 > software. Many users swear by it, while others don’t even know it’s there. There’s not much to setting it up, but it comes in handy if you use your device as an alarm clock or don’t turn it off when you go to sleep.
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How To Successfully Market and Promote iPhone Applications

How To Successfully Market and Promote iPhone Applications

The glorious days of early 2008 where applications were praised one by one and individually grabbed attention across the entire internet are over. Flash forward to present day, the Fall of 2009, and we have nearly 100,000 applications (91,000+ as of October 1st) attacking the iTunes App Store with an average of 310 per day, according to 148apps.biz.
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How to Send Photos in Full Resolution from Your iPhone

How to Send Photos in Full Resolution from Your iPhone

For some strange reason, Apple does not give us the option or popup notification to send photos in full resolution when emailing them. Instead, photos are resized to 800×600 which is totally resolution sizes circa 1998. Here’s how to fix that:
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